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Don't get A Pet , If ...


 You can not afford to take him to a vet when he gets sick or injured.

 You can not afford quality pet food, heartworm and flea prevention.

 You can not afford Rabies and Parvo vaccinations.

 You can not afford to spay or neuter him.

 You do not have a stable living situation which allows the luxury of pet ownership.

 You do not have a stable job or income.

 You don't plan to keep him inside and you don't have a secure fenced area. 

 You don't plan to socialize him to people and other pets and obedience train him. 

 You plan to leave him outside without much attention. Most pets who are left outside become unhappy and and very lonely.  Pets who are neglected develop problems such as chewing, scratching, barking and worse.  

 You are getting the dog just for your kids. You will be the one responsible for his care, so don't get a dog just because your son wants one.

 You aren't committed to caring for him for his entire 10-20 year lifespan. 

If You Already Have A Dog

If you already have a dog, it is very important that you spay or neuter it immediately to ensure it won't produce even more unwanted puppies that will end up flooding local animal shelters or in homes that shouldn't get a dog in the first place.

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